does this wall look safe to rip down? I'm not sure if it is load bearing or NOT. http://img79.echo.cx/img79/5360/img10850kb.jpg Thanks,If...
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I'm moving to an apartment in an old Victorian house that is just being purchased by a new owner (the closing is Monday). The previous owner had bu...
My son just bought a house which is approximately 50 years old. There are handles on the kitchen cabinet doors which say Bilt Well and a small rou...
I recently got DSL installed at my house. My computer is located downstairs where there are 3 phone jacks, one in the main room, one in the shop, a...
I am over half way into a project that is very important to me. I am converting my attic into a living space; This is commun where I am from, it is...
Hello, We live in Florida and are wondering what kind of material to use for our outside lanai (deck) ceiling. It is very humid here, plus we dra...
I live in arizona, it is hot.. I have a modular home, aka mobile... it is a double wide. My problem.. only half of my house is being cooled with th...
I just recently purchased a home. It is brick, but it has been painted. Is there any way to get the paint off, or is it just better to repaint, and...
The home I have just purchased was built in 1966. The entire plumbing system has been done, copper plumbing added. I live in Arizona, hot, hot, a...
Hello. First time on board. I have a white vinyl sided house. I have what appears to be the artillary fungus and insect/spide pooh on 2 sides of ...
Any professional out there that can me advices? I will really appreciate it. I want to do this myself, as I'm on a limited budjet. Thanks.
My house's six foot high stone and masonry foundation is four feet thick! There is a repair, a cinder block and brick filled basement door entrance...
I am looking for a box or two of Armstrong Inhabit in the Cherry Strip. Can Anyone help???
I'm pretty sure it's possible to connect two twin bedframes together to create the concept of one bed; but I haven't been able to find any details ...
We have a 2000sqft cottage in which we are building the walls and installing a heat system. We are looking at the benefits of using wood for walls ...